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Ernesto Frieri

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  • Angels acquire left-handed reliever Joe Thatcher from Arizona

    Angels acquire left-handed reliever Joe Thatcher from Arizona
    The Angels remained aggressive in their attempts to bolster their bullpen, acquiring veteran left-hander Joe Thatcher from the Arizona Diamondbacks on Saturday for minor league outfielder Zach Borenstein and pitcher Joey Krehbiel. The Angels also...
  • C.J. Wilson helps Angels finish sweep of White Sox in 4-2 win

    C.J. Wilson helps Angels finish sweep of White Sox in 4-2 win
    KEY MOMENT: Joe Smith replaced starter C.J. Wilson with one out and a runner on first in the eighth inning and gave up a double to Alejandro De Aza and RBI singles to Conor Gillaspie and Adam Eaton. But Gordon Beckham hit a first-pitch grounder to third...
  • Angels defeat Athletics, 4-1, to extend winning streak

    KEY MOMENT: The A's were one out away from escaping a two-on, none-out jam in the fourth inning when pitcher Jesse Chavez got Erick Aybar to ground into a 4-6-3 double play. But Raul Ibanez, who entered with a .143 average and hadn't driven in a run since...
  • Angels back up words in series-opening win over A's

    After a weekend of Manny Machado-fueled controversy in Baltimore, the Oakland Athletics couldn’t get too worked up over Angels closer Ernesto Frieri, who predicted that his team “would beat” the A’s this week and said that...
  • Cespedes' throw, Cowgill's homer highlight Angels' 14-inning win over A's

    Cespedes' throw, Cowgill's homer highlight Angels' 14-inning win over A's
    That Collin Cowgill hit a walk-off home run with two outs in the 14th inning to lift the Angels to a thrilling 2-1 victory over the Oakland Athletics on Tuesday night wasn’t all that surprising. Despite his smallish 5-foot-9, 185-pound frame and...
  • Angels seem to have benefited from bad trip

    To hear pitcher C.J. Wilson tell it, the Angels might look back on their most recent trip as the turning point of a season. The club won only three of 10 games on the trip, which included the Angels being swept in three games by the division-leading...
  • Angels have confidence going into series against AL West-leading A's

    Angels have confidence going into series against AL West-leading A's
    The euphoria of a three-game sweep of the Chicago White Sox was palpable in the Angels clubhouse Sunday, especially in the corner cubicle of closer Ernesto Frieri, who notched his 10th save in a 4-2 victory in Angel Stadium. Having rebounded nicely from...
  • It's a lucky 13th for the Angels against Atlanta

    It's a lucky 13th for the Angels against Atlanta
    Dino Ebel was looking forward to filling in for Manager Mike Scioscia on Saturday night, a rare opportunity for the Angels bench coach to call the shots in a game against the Atlanta Braves in Turner Field. "It's fun when you get a chance to have the...
  • Angels' bullpen is finding consistency

    Angels' bullpen is finding consistency
    Mike Morin retired the side in order in the eighth inning, and Joe Smith threw a one-two-three ninth for his 14th save Saturday night, the Angels rolling to a 5-2 victory over the Texas Rangers that gave them 18 wins in 22 games. The Angels could get...
  • Huston Street thinks he'd look good in Angels uniform

    Huston Street thinks he'd look good in Angels uniform
    In the hours before the All-Star game, Huston Street dressed in the uniform of the San Diego Padres. The Angels are trying to put a halo on him, soon, and Street would be thrilled to join them. "I would love it," he said. Street cited the chance to...
  • That was no malaprop: Angels reliever Joe Smith really was throwing up

    That was no malaprop: Angels reliever Joe Smith really was throwing up
    A baseball broadcaster will usually get a good laugh or end up on some blooper reel when he inadvertently says a reliever is “throwing up in the bullpen,” but Monday night, it was actually true. As Angels closer Joe Smith warmed to enter...
  • Angels closer Joe Smith sidelined by tightness in right side

    Angels closer Joe Smith sidelined by tightness in right side
    Joe Smith did throw up in the bullpen Monday night, but that wasn’t the reason the Angels closer did not pitch the ninth inning of a 4-1 victory over the New York Yankees. Smith said he induced the vomiting after an energy bar he ate did not sit...